Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or belonging to the peninsula or territory of Alaska in N. W. America; growing or found in Alaska: as, “Alaskan cedar,”
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a resident of Alaska.
- n. a native or resident of Alaska
- adj. relating to or characteristic of the state or people of Alaska
- Alaska + -an (Wiktionary)
“Ask any alaskan if they are American or Alaskan and see what they say.”
“His bill, which he dubbed the Alaskan Job Security Act, would reduce ACES 'base tax rate and progressivity feature, which raises tax rates when oil prices are high.”
“I don't plan on using it in Alaskan muskeg or snow over a 12 or 18 inches deep.”
“I mean in Alaskan wilderness the Grouse barely get out of your way.”
“The Wall Street Journal actually did a search for Abigail, and they could not find her in Alaskan Phycological documents.”
“She believes that her presence in Alaskan politics is preventing the peoples business from being done.”
“Republican presidential nominee John McCain revealed first term Alaskan governor Sarah Palin as his running mate last Friday.”
“McCain's stunning choice of the ex-beauty queen, evangelical half-term Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin may be one of the biggest political gambles in modern political history.”
“From his choice of a first term Alaskan governor who he didn't even vet, to the total collapse of his campaign in 2007, and to his complete stonewalling of the press, McCain has demonstrated that he is completely unsteady.”
“Many Republicans are praising McCain's decision to pick the first-term Alaskan governor.”
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